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that's crazy you honestly never think it will happen on your campus. >> a star football player and off the team tonight for something he did off the field. police investigations coming up. but first. >> hillary is the face of failure. >> anger is to the a -- anger is not a plan, my friends. >> it is one of the most memorable elections in history. both candidates have made their final pleas to you before you head out to vote tomorrow. >> team coverage of campaign 2016 carts now. >> one of the most important
the polls, security. >> denise: yes, specifically making sure you and your ballot are safe and security. shelby miller spent the day getting answers on how that is going to happen. >> reporter: yeah, denise and ramona security has been at the forefront ahead of election day. board of election officials tell me they have had a lot of people calling and asking how they will stay safe and secure. officials tell me they have been planning for they are prepared. it is the eve of election day and polling locations are getting ready. it includes worker theses kaya -- workers at the cuyahoga county board of elections. >> the polling locations and managers are aware there may be some tensions and so they know what x as to take and who to call. >> reporter: security tomorrow will be tight. the director paul mcdonald says he has been working with the sheriff's department, homeland security and the fbi.
special response team they used during the rnc. >> the county impact team is basically a unit that has put together to be deployed out to the field and in this case the county to handle any unusual circumstance or any crowds or any problems that we might have. >> cuyahoga county predicts 357,000 people will vote tomorrow. throughout the day they will work with observers who were trained to watch election proceedings and report any issues. >> the level of our depends on the offense. a little problem? our folks take care of it. big problem way can call -- we can call the sheriff. >> there are multiple officers at every pre sink. there are 6,000 election day workers workers and all will work together to make sure people stay safe. >> we want everybody to know that tomorrow voting will be very safe and secure and they've got nothing to worry about.
effort if you see something please speak up and say something tomorrow. if you plan to vote by mail and you missed the deadline to get the ballot in, no worries. you can come to the board of elections. they have a drop off box in the back lot and as long as you are here by 7:30 tomorrow evening. getting answers live in cleveland, shelby miller, cleveland 19 news. >> and the justice department is also stepping in to make sure we are all safe at the polls tomorrow. cuyahoga county is one of country that will have polling monitors to make sure every voter can participate in the election. and we just got a look at the early voting numbers across the state of ohio. 1.8million people voted early in person. that's up by 11,000 compared to 2012. the last time there was a presidential election. here in cuyahoga county early voting was down from four years ago.
>> we are expecting 67% of registered voters to come out and vote. dan deroos is here with the answer center. >> dan: it is a see something, say something. if you see something it looks dangerous and you need to call police right away. if you a with your vote or somebody is telling you, you can't vote or you are feeling harassed in a polling location, this is a national non-partisan phone number that you can call and get answers right away. 866-our vote. we are trying to protect our vote. that's a very important number for you to remember tomorrow. again, that's going to cover everything. if you have a question and you show up and they say you can't vote, you can call that number and they can hopefully get you you some answers.
twitter and my facebook because it has an incredible amount of all of the information you need. how about identification requirements? let's look at that. yes in ohio you do need an id, but if you show up to a polling place and you don't have your id , you will be given a providingal ballot. and then you have seven days after you vote to go down to the board of elections and prove who you were with your id and then your provisional ballot will be all of the information you need. we hope everybody exercises their civic duty. you must get out and vote. it is extremely important. getting answers in the answer center, ramona, over to you. >> romona: stay with cleveland 19 news for continuing coverage of campaign 2016. tomorrow night we'll be live on our sister station cle43 from 7:00 until 11:00 p.m. we'll also be streaming on-line and on our mobile
>> denise: and now let's go to christa gnaw kaw. he is tracking several stories. >> chris: police are trying to find a person who committed a horrific crime on a small dog. he was found shot and skeaned in -- skinned in an alley behind the tj maxx. investigators have little to go on. if you know something, call parma police right away. five people including three children were hurt after a truck slammed into an apartment building a few hours ago in oxnard, california. a two and 8-year-old were pinned underneath the truck. a 16-year-old girl struck by the truck before it hit the building and police haven't said what caused it. and police were arrested at the airport. investigators say he was about to get on a plane bound for libya to join isis.
terrorist organization. denise? >> denise: a kent state football player has been suspended indefinitely after police arrested him for kidnapping. sara goldenburg is getting answers on the latest in the investigation. >> reporter: students we spoke with are shocked that the star football player was arrested in the middle of the season. and they have a lot of questions. right now police are not saying much. number 18 on the football field kent state safety nate holly boasts 401 career the senior from toledo it was a two-team all mac first selection the last two seasons. and now his season is on hold for kidnapping. >> that's crazy. you never think it will happen on your campus. >> reporter: according to the court records, the sheriff's office arrested holly for kidnapping a victim from this apartment complex. this is a few miles off campus from franklin township.
happened here. >> it is shocking. i was in class all day and i didn't know any of this was happening. >> reporter: many students we spoke with hadn't heard of holly's arrest. some heard of nick who is the team's quarterback. kent state university released this statement saying we are aware of the situation and we take this matter very seriously. he has been suspended from the team indefinitely. a college football player's every move scrutinized. this time off of the field. >> this whole career -- a football player, but it well stick with you your life. >> reporter: nate holly's family posted $5,000 bail and a judge ordered him to wear an ankle monitor and have no contact with the victim. sara goldenburg, cleveland 19 news. >> denise: and holly will be back in a portage county courtroom on thursday for a hearing. we'll be there and report back to you on what what happens. >> romona: good news for
they are accepting credit cards, but only at the strongsville location. as of now marc's accepts only cash, check or discover cards, but the program is now letting shoppers use visa and mastercard as well. itit is only in the testing stage, but it may expand to all fest 8 locations across ohio. >> denise: a warning for people who carry the generic narcan generic antidote. you are s into a plume may not work properly. they tell us a dose may not be as effective if that piece isn't working right. >> some of this stuff, brand-new in the box. just make up, brushes. >> how far would you go to get high end make up? would you go through the garbage? we're getting answers tonight
jeff? >> jeff: all right, let's look at the roof cam. not a bad night at all. clear skies and 55 degrees downtown. one more mild day and then we have showers moving in for your election day. the timing on that, and then the big temperature change behind this front. that's straight ahead. >> some use plastic surgery and other face-lifts to make them look younger, but the fountain of youth may soon come in a pill. we are getting answers on how you can soon delay process. >> get breaking news and weather now on the cleveland 19 news app powered by the calvetta brothers floor show.
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>> denise: and this news is just in. brad pitt and angelina jolie have reached a custody agreement involving their six children. now, the kids ranging in age between 8 and 15 will stay with angelina, but brad will get periodic visits. the two actors filed for divorce in september. >> romona: could wrinkles be a thing of the past? they found the process in our bodies that ages us. and now they are hopeful that they can develop a pill that
and even better it may even stop some cancers from forming. but we are still years away from the pill being made available to the public. >> denise: encore is recalling more than 10-tons of the chicken patties. some of them sold here in ohio because they may contain pieces of plastic. if the patties have a date of august fifth they may be contaminated. you are being urged to throw them out or take them bac >> denise: northeast ohio stores toss out thousands of products each week. a lot of beauty products like make up testers are thrown in the trash. some are are barely used. >> romona: we found people opening up the dumpster for free beauty supplies. tina ewing is getting answers on this dumpster diving trend
for free beauty products. they are tossed out for free products throughout the month. >> right now i am dempster diving. >> reporter: he rifles through and it is her j-o-b and comes with tons of perks. inside is a bag full of beauty products that women pay hundreds of dollars for. >> inside of here are a bunch of cos met techs. cosmetics. i got these from a well known cosmetic store. some of this stuff, brand-new in the box. make up, brushes and powder pallets. stuff on top of stuff. >> stuff that can be sold and turned into cash. so far it has been lucrative. >> yes i found an apple mac book. >> rewarding, but sometimes strolling the trash she comes face-to-face with items and things that most wouldn't
like to open up a garbage bin and you can see a freaking rat looking at you eyeball to freaking eyeball. >> for the twas two years angel has been opening the dumpster instead of her wallet. how much money would you say you probably gained by selling some of that stuff? >> about 8. >> $8,000 some. >> yes. that's $8 grand. >> i lifted the lid to see what i would find going to four >> hoping to turn trash into treasure. >> they are all boxes. >> most discarded items turned out to be junk. >> gift cards. >> i turned to see if anything was on them. >> please wait while we process your request. >> it is a crapshoot. >> i found a make up brush. here you can see it would cost $40 if i had to pay for it.
this legal? cleveland 19 news checked with our lawyers first to make sure we were in the clear. you could be hit with a trespassing or calf vegging depending on the city you are in. and even if you are on public property you still have to be careful. this police report is from last year. they spotted a man going through the dumpsters at you will tau by -- ulta beauty at 9:40 and he was handed a warning. we ebbing eg very -- we checked various cosmetic stores and found dumpster diving in cuyahoga county. it is not just the police you should be on the lookout of for. there are hidden dangers when you are in the can and sometimes waist deep. >> you are coming in contact with germs. you have to be careful not to stick yourself. there are diabetic patients and they tend to throw their, what do you call them, the
you have to be -- garbage. that's why it is important to get gloves. >> and you should think twice. >> i wouldn't say use cosmetics that were in residential impar begs. >> if the seal has been broken on the make up, the ohio state board of cosmetology says you cannot clean make up. you can only use single use brushes on each individual. it means even though consumers are opening the dumpsters instead of their wallets. spend m really is priceless. >> romona: there are more risks associated with this, and coming up tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m., tiffani tucker is getting answers from a doctor on the health risks associated with dumpster diving for make up. >> denise: i think i prefer the bargain hunting. it is a little safer that's for sure.
people do that going through the garbage and stuff like that. >> romona: you have some snow in the forecast. really? >> jeff: we'll start with that. >> romona: from scary make up in the dumpster to weather. >> jeff: i can think of scarier stuff. why not? a little winter mix there. it doesn't arrive million the end of the week. we have a front tomorrow and this is what rain later tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night for your election day. after work if you will stop at your polling place know it will be raining a little bit. that's the front that will give us the temperature change. so i have the alerts starting at about 4:00 p.m. tomorrow and as the showers move in i will show you that.
tomorrow night. we will start out the day sunny, low to mid40s out there. and then we warm up to the low to mid50s. that's about the time the clouds will be on the increase. we're still going to be above 60 for a high tomorrow and then here comes the rain. 4:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. we will be in the 50s at this time. as far as rainfall accumulation it looks like around that's by 10:00 tomorrow night. a 10th to a third of an inch of rain. there is the front coming through and then by wednesday morning a big temperature change and some isolated showers and even some areas of drizzle. we go from 60s to the 40s just like that from tomorrow until wednesday. clear sky tonight, 46 the low. tomorrow morning weather impact will be a 2 and starting the day out in the
high is 64. late day showers. 50 at 8:00 a.m. and 61 at 11:00 and 63 at 2:00. akron-canton, the showers are developing by evening by shed a a -- by around 7:00. and through tomorrow night it looks like it will rain, spotty morning showers and drizzle on wednesday and much colder, 46 on wednesday. th 57. and this front will bring us some showers on veteran's day. 49 and it could end as a light winter mix on saturday. otherwise mostly cloudy and 47. don't fret. sunday it is sunshine and wind ay and then back up to 55. denise? >> an elementary school is making news for a new form of punishment. it is using instead of giving students detentions. they are sending them to a
there kids can stretch and do yoga and calm down. teachers have noticed the kids are acting better and they have sent fewer students down to the principal's office for acting up. so what do you think of the punishment policy? should more schools implement a meditation room instead of handing out detentions? you can leave your comments on our web page or the cleveland 19 muse app. >> romona: later this week lebron will take place where the franchise has
it makes you wonder if anybody is making the grade. >> the browns managed to channel 1964 on sunday. unfortunately they weren't tapping into their last title. they were matching the 64 broncos who were the last team to give up 25 points per game through their first 9 until yesterday. the defense was no where to be found on dak prescott's three touchdown passes. he said it is because keep being shuffled in and out of the lineup and they have no idea week to week who will be out there. that's a valid point. you can't blame them. that doesn't explain things like lining up off sides repeatedly or the brutally poor tackling. i am dishing the defense an f and they are not alone. hue jackson keeps saying this is on him. he is taking one for the team. he doesn't have a lot to work with, but my issue with the coaching staff is this. there is not one area in which
and undisciplined and that's coaching. i truly hope he survives this season of slaughter, but for now i have to give him and his staff an f. >> was anything good yesterday? cam erving had a little fight in him until he was tossed which john grecco went back to center and durango went to right guard and that lead to more challenges working as a unit. it is not shuffling around. the best i can give this group is a d. i want to end on a positive though. we'll go back to the two-minute drill to close out the first half when kessler lead 80 yards in a hurry where the rookie accounted for 30 of those yards. that's the sunday best. i will grade the drill and give it a b. >> remember june 19th? of course you do. calf -- cavaliers reached the mountain top. that's why after they take on the hawks it is on to the
one more time. >> that's a big deal for me. i am able to take my teammate i can take our coaching staff, something we accomplished. i had a couple run ins with a -- in a good way with president obama. it is always good to see a familiar face, but for me to bring along my teammates, that means more to me than anything. >> it will be fun. >> did he say if jr will have a shirt? >> the president already spoke
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clinton and i approve this message. >> denise: you have probably seen them flying high. >> on saturday in columbus the buckeye fans saw one that carried a life saving hail mary.
alcohol, who knows what kind of calls we will get. it only takes one. >> he was pleading for a new kidney. he and his wife paid for the plane to fly above the tailgaters at the horseshoe with their number on it. so far tom has received three calls and we are hoping one of those people could be a match. >> denise: god love them. well we ow one more nice day. >> jeff: yeah, one more mild one and then we will be back in the 60s. then later afternoon by 5:00, that's when we think the rain will be here. and then it is into tomorrow evening. that will make things a little wet. and then it turns much colder on wednesday. sam will bring us up-to-date. >> denise: thanks for joining
>> yesterday "the new york times" reported that donald trump's staff took away his twitter account. the following is a cartoon reenactment of his reaction. >> all right. here we go. all right. all right. storm. let's see what i can pinch out. "crooked hillary along with jay-z and beyonce-z totally incited violence at my rallies. sad. hashtag "99 problems and hillary is all of them." end tweet. kellyanne, i can't tweety tweet. >> donald, i told you. your twitter has been disabled. >> unacceptable. i'll tweet about it.